Friday 4th September 2020
We have had a great start to our new term. The children have all settled in really well and are enjoying spending time with their friends and are keen to learn.
Just a little note to say if your child has not received their reading record yet, don't worry they will get one in the next couple of days.
PE is on Thursday and Friday so please remember to bring in (named) PE kit, no earrings (or bring own tape), long hair tied back.
Art shirts can be brought in and left in lockers.
Two letters have been sent home-
1. For setting up payments
2. Home pick ups
Year 3 team
Hello new year 3's!
We are really looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow. We have some lovely activities planned for you.
Don't forget to bring your smiley faces!
Monday 22nd June - A message from the Year 3 staff
Good morning Ash, Elm and Oak classes,
We hope you are still having fun at home and had a good time at Easter. The weather has been good and is set to get even better so try and enjoy the garden if you can or when you get out for your daily exercise.
We have been thinking of some great work for you to do this term and you will find it in the new folder at the top, 'Summer term week 1.'
You can also go on the new BBC learning page- BBC Schools out, Learnings not !
It looks really great with some fab 20 minute lessons.
Take care and have fun. We miss you all!
Mrs Parker, Mrs Jamieson and Mrs Liddell
Monday 6th April 2020
Good morning everyone. This week we have got some fun Easter activities for you to have a go at. Don't forget to have a look at your longitudinal study if you have started. If not have a go!
You may like to have a go at making some Easter treats (you will need an adult to help you). If you haven't got all the ingredients, you can be creative e.g. cornflakes or rice crispies instead of shredded wheat.
These eggy words are fun . Why not draw a picture for each one. Can you think of anymore? Why not write an eggciting story using some eggy words.
Here are a few short stories and poems you may like to read. Why not have a go at writing your own.
You may still like to do some maths.
Wednesday 1st April:
Good morning Ash, Elm and Oak classes, we hope you are still enjoying yourselves and working hard from home.
Here are some more tasks to keep you learning and having fun.
English: Read the myth Arachne the Spinner. You could also write the story in your own words with illustrations.
Here are the year 3/4 spelling word list. Why not take 5 or 10 each week and learn them. You could make pyramid words, write the letters in different colours, use them in sentences. Any way that helps you remember them.
Guided Reading: Read the Greek myth and complete the tasks.
Science: See how much you have learnt in your 'Materials' topic by having a go at the year 3 quiz. Answers attached.
Maths: Here are some multiplication and division problems and don't forget to go on Rockstars.
History: Why not draw or even make your own Iron Age village. Here are some ideas.
Thursday 26th March 2020.
Hello lovely year 3s. We hope you are enjoying your home school. As the weather has been so lovely, we hope that you have taken the opportunity to get some fresh air. Why not start a Longitudinal study of your own. Choose an area of the garden to study and look at the changes that occur each week. You could draw some pictures or take photos. It would be really great to share these when we get back to school. If you can't get out, you could see the changes from your window.
Hello year 3s. We hope that you are enjoying your learning pack that you received on Friday. Remember to keep learning and having fun while you are off. You could try and start your day with a reading activity, followed by some English and then timetable yourself in a play time. After play you could do a maths activity from the pack and also go onto Rockstars. After lunch you could do one of the following Science, History, Geography, RE, Art or PE.
We will be posting regular extra ideas on the website so keep checking everyday.
Mrs Parker and Miss Brown
Mrs Jamieson and Mrs Whatley
Mrs Liddell and Mrs Brinsford